|Binion's Gambling Hall||Downtown||
Binion's Gambling Hall has been a landmark in downtown Las Vegas for more than a half a century. The 80,000 square foot casino opens up to Fremont Street Experience and features 80-plus gaming and poker tables and about 800 slot and video poker machines.
Benny's Bullpen Sports Bar and Cigar Lounge is an old fashioned saloon featuring a full-service ......more.
|California Hotel and Casino||Downtown||
The California Hotel and Casino is located a block away from the Fremont Street Experience and offers affordable rooms, gaming and dining options.
The hotel-casino was built to pay tribute to the 31st state, California, but has become an unofficial tribute to the 50th state — the property is often a stop for Hawaiian visitors. The Aloha Specialties restaurant ......more.
|D Las Vegas||Downtown||
The D Las Vegas is the new revved-up name for a longtime downtown Las Vegas hotel, Fitzgeralds, which had been in operation since 1987.
Owner Derek Stevens rebranded and refurbished the hotel in fall 2012 to give it a motor city theme, using the nickname of his beloved city, Detroit, for the name of the new hotel. He also brought ......more.
|El Cortez||Downtown||Located in downtown Las Vegas, the El Cortez is one of the city's longest-standing hotel-casinos. The 45,000 square foot casino includes more than 1,000 slots, blackjack, craps, keno, Pai Gow poker, roulette and Megabucks. The poker room offers three tables of Texas Hold 'Em and seven-card stud. Dining choices at El Cortez include The Flame Steakhouse, where steaks and seafood ......more.|
|Four Queens Hotel and Casino||Downtown||
The Four Queens, which opened in 1966, is named after former owner Ben Goffstein's wife and three daughters, Faith, Hope, Benita and Michelle. The casino is one of the most iconic Fremont Street casinos.
Today, the 32,000-square foot casino features more than 1,000 slots, 30 tables games and a race and sports book. The hotel offers about 695 guest ......more.
|Fremont Hotel & Casino||Downtown||
Fremont Hotel & Casino is most notable for its colorful entrance and central downtown location in the Fremont Street Experience at the northwest corner of the intersection of Fremont and Casino Center Boulevard. The hotel opened in 1956 and was the city's first high-rise hotel. It was expanded in 1963 to 14 stories and now features 447 guest rooms and ......more.
|Gold Spike||Downtown||The recently remodeled Gold Spike is expected to reopen in early May as a restaurant/bar. New owners do not plan on operating it as a casino or a hotel. Uncle Joe's Pizza, which has closed at 505 Fremont, will be moving into the new Gold Spike. The Gold Spike was a 162-room, seven-floor hotel that opened in 1976 ......more.|
|Golden Gate Hotel & Casino||Downtown||The Golden Gate bills itself as being the Las Vegas original — it started out in 1906 as Hotel Nevada, which opened to the public with electric lighting, ventilation and steam heat radiators. The original rooms, with modern improvements, are still in use. The city's first telephone was installed there, with the phone number "1." A group of Italian-Americans from ......more.|
|Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino||Downtown||The Golden Nugget Las Vegas is easily the most luxurious resort on the Fremont Street Experience. The Golden Nugget offers more than 2,300 deluxe guest rooms and suites; a high-energy casino featuring the most popular slot and video poker machines, table games, race and sports book and poker room; nightly entertainment; world-class restaurants; luxury spa and salon and The Tank, ......more.|
|La Bayou||Downtown||La Bayou is a small casino-bar in the Fremont Street Experience that offers slots and video poker machines. Like it's sister property, Mermaids, La Bayou has a drawing among its guests every 30 minutes to have the opportunity to spin the wheel for a chance to win up to $10,000. And, like Mermaids, they'll give you free Mardi Gras beads ......more.|
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